Huma Abedin had better be extra careful crossing the street, because there are signs she’s about to get thrown under a bus.
Consequences of the FBI’s decision to re-open the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server is already having a rippling effect.
Before an audience at Kent State University on Monday, Clinton did her best to try to deflect the significance of the investigation and hammered both FBI Director James Comey and Donald Trump.
But it was the curious term Clinton used to describe her long-time and close personal aide Abedin that got attention.
“Now they apparently want to look at emails of one of my staffers – and by all means they should look at them,” Clinton said,
Abedin and her estranged husband, disgraced former Rep. Anthony Wiener, are at the center of the FBI probe, with reportedly 650,000 of emails found on Wiener’s private laptop computer.
Abedin, has since left Clinton’s side and is holding up camp in NYC after news of the investigation broke.
But that may not be enough distance for Clinton, who just reduced her to “staffer.”
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